Drive-in movies used to be super fun – but it is too cold outside now to enjoy them! Check out some awesome ways to make an exciting home drive-in movie night for you and your little ones.
As a new mom up to your ears in diapers, feedings, schedules, and generally just trying to figure it all out, you may long to do something “normal” again. Like go out to a restaurant. On the other hand, you’re probably worried about your little one. Germs. Changing station availability. Crying (maybe yours?).
When it comes to feeding your baby, pediatricians and lactation consultants agree: breast is best. Breast milk gives your baby the most optimal mix of nutrients, proteins, fats, and antibodies to help him grow strong and healthy. But will your breasts ever be the same again?
After almost 50 years of working with children, including my own, there is one certainty I can share: Parenting is not for the weak-hearted!
Eczema is an extremely common ailment for children and adults alike. Being a sufferer of eczema my entire life, I know firsthand how uncomfortable and irritating it can be.
Summer is a great time to encourage language and reading development in fun ways. Below are some suggestions for strategies and games that can help you support your child’s literacy development and prevent the summer slide.
The holiday seasons are stressful for everyone – especially teachers! Find out how you can support and help your child’s teacher this holiday season.
Raising a child with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can be challenging. Here are some great helpful tips on how to ensure that your child with ASD can thrive!